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apm.org.uk berichtet:

Event report: The impact of AI on project management

On Tuesday 29th October APM held its first ever Midlands Research Symposium - an event jointly supported by APM's Research programme and the ...
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it-daily.net berichtet:

Darum scheitern IT-Projekte

Auch nicht genügend ausgeprägte Fähigkeiten in der Anwendung von Projektmanagement-Methoden führen laut iTSM nicht selten zu erheblichen ...
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computerwoche.de berichtet:

Gescheitert am ERP-System

Zwar ist das theoretische Rüstzeug zum Thema Projektmanagement-Methodik heutzutage zumeist vorhanden, es mangelt jedoch an der engen ...
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jaxenter.de berichtet:

DevSecOps: „Die logische Fortführung der Automatisierung auf Security-Checks“

Product Owner muss die Anwendung der Werkzeuge und Verfahren auch wirklich wollen (was oftmals auch Budget und Zeit kostet), ansonsten wird ...
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Grafische Darstellungen im Projektmanagement

Visualisierung im Projektmanagement fördert die Produktivität. Mit grafischen Darstellungen behalten Sie wichtige Faktoren im Auge, ob Zeitplanung, ...
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mhlnews.com berichtet:

Agile Management in the Supply Chain and on the Shop Floor

Companies that have used agile teams say they are more productive and faster to market. They reduce project risk, manage changing priorities better ...
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Stances of the Product Owner

The Product Owner is the sole person responsible for managing the ... better understanding of the Product Owner (or Agile Product Manager if you will) role ... These stances are: The Clerk, The Story Writer, The Manager, The Project ...
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The Story Writer (A Misunderstood Product Owner Stance)

There are many reasons that cause this behavior, but the one we see the most is “Scrum-In-Name-Only” or SINO culture. Where people go through the ...
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hackernoon.com berichtet:

Five Obligatory Books to Read for Product Managers

Nothing compares to the value of opening yourself to inspiration by reading what others working in your field have to say. Looking up from your work to learn and stay updated on current trends is immensely important. ...
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Agile Illustrated - Sample #2

Here is the second sample from my new Kindle book “Agile Illustrated: A Visual Learner’s Guide to Agility”. The book is a graphical introduction to the agile mindset and servant leadership behaviors for working with agile teams. If you missed the first sample on the Agile Manifesto, you can find it here. ...
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plan.io berichtet:

5 Ways to Give (And Receive) Negative Feedback

Feedback rules everything around us. Whether it’s talking to your customers about what features they want or getting feedback from your boss on a website redesign, we all benefit when we step out of our own heads and hear what others think. ...
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conversionxl.com berichtet:

How Much Do SaaS Companies Spend on Their MVPs?

Eric Ries once described the minimum viable product (MVP) as a version of a new product that allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort: ...
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amplitude.com berichtet:

Journey to Product Teams (Infographic)

At its core, Amplitude is designed for cross-functional product teams (and growth and marketing teams impacting the product experienc). We see our product as accelerating a virtuous cycle of learning, transparency, outcomes, alignment, and autonomy. ...
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Choosing a Scrum Sprint Length – Shorter Beats Longer

How long should a Scrum Sprint be? A Scrum Sprint is a short period of time when the Scrum Team works, but there is no hard rule as to how long that should be – in this post, we cover the pros and cons of shorter and longer Sprints and how you can discover what works best for you. ...
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Agiles Lernen und die Hattie-Studie

Hattie sagt Ihnen etwas, oder? Der neuseeländische Professor, der in Australien forscht und lehrt und eine riesigen Studie darüber herausgebracht hat, was eigentlich wirklich effektiv beim Lernen ist. Lernen, das ist so eine völlig verrückte Sache. Da gibt es Experten noch und noch. ...
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How to Keep Pace with Agile Development Trends

Agile development's rapid evolution makes staying on top of emerging trends ever more important for developers and managers. Keeping pace with ...
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infoq.com berichtet:

From Waterfall to Agile at NAV Test Centre of Excellence

The teams vary in composition, but most consist of product owner, designer, developer, team lead and sometimes a technical tester or a functional ...
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Informationssicherheit und Projekte

Ohne IT-Einsatz sind z.B. Kommunikation und Dokumentation in Projekten kaum mehr vorstellbar. Auch der Einsatz von Projektmanagement-Software ...
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apm.org.uk berichtet:

The key to successful project risk management

Knowledge of project management is essential for successful projects now and in the future because the work in the future will be centred on projects.
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consultancy.eu berichtet:

Three success factors for IT outsourcing in an agile world

In the last few years the rise of public cloud services and agile delivery methodologies has exposed in-flexibility and constraints at the heart of many ...
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computerwoche.de berichtet:

Fachkräftemangel führt zu Defiziten in der Projektarbeit

Aber gerade weil der Faktor Zeit immer knapper bemessen ist, werden viele Projekte nicht wirklich zielführend gesteuert geschweige denn, erfolgreich ...
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Can People Be on Multiple Scrum Teams?

This is a common question in my Professional Scrum classes. It often comes up early when we are still learning the basics of the Scrum Framework.
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15 Sprint Review Anti-Patterns

The Sprint Review is Empiricism at work: inspect the Product Increment and adapt the Product Backlog. The Development Team, the Product Owner, ...
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learn.g2.com berichtet:

Product Owner vs Product Manager: Roles and Responsibilities

One common mix-up is the difference between a product owner and a product manager. Owner. Manager. They sound pretty similar! To anyone ...
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Focus on What Was “Done” During Sprint Review

The Product Owner is also there for the feedback, but also to verify the ... have gathered during the sprint and to collaborate on the Product Backlog.
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hpcwire.com berichtet:

Data Management – The Key to a Successful AI Project

Five characteristics of an awesome AI data infrastructure. [Attend the IBM LSF & HPC User Group Meeting at SC19 in Denver on November 19!]
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factorynet.at berichtet:

Scrum, Design Thinking & Co

Umfragen zufolge setzen neun von zehn Unternehmen bei der Entwicklung ihrer Produkte auf agile Methoden wie „Design Thinking“ oder „Scrum“.
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cio.de berichtet:

Wenn Mitarbeiter Projekte verhindern

Management offen. Woran scheitern die Projekte in der Praxis? Aus Unternehmensperspektive sind folgende Gründe ausschlaggebend: ...
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Agiles Arbeiten: Wie radikal Nick Jue die Bank ING umbaut

Statt Abteilungen und Teams gibt es jetzt überall „Squads“ und „Tribes“, aus Projekt- und Teamleitern wurden „Product Owner“ und „Scrum Master“.
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cmswire.com berichtet:

Does Web Content Management Have an Agile Future?

The Agile CMS movement is based on the belief organizations can no ... And agile project management supports this, though Grannan pointed out ...
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infoworld.com berichtet:

3 agile burndown reports and how to use them

Agile practices, to the uninitiated and underinformed, can sometimes appear as ad hoc software development and project management ...
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techpluto.com berichtet:

Four Areas of Your Startup That You Should Consider Outsourcing

Making the decision to outsource your development or remain in-house is ... chart management, navigate Docker, and explain agile methodologies like ... Project management plays a major role in the success of projects and sprints.
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inferse.com berichtet:

Top 5 Productivity Tools to Make Life Easier

Good project management is essential to every productive professional and freelancer. While there are a lot of agile project management tools to use, ...
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Construction Management vs. Project Management: What's the Difference?

Construction manager, project manager, what's the difference? As it turns out, quite a bit, and understanding those differences is crucial to any ...
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jdsupra.com berichtet:

How to Relate Traditional Project Management Techniques to Electronic Discovery Management

There is a lot of talk around project management across all industries. In fact, according to Quora.com, the US alone has approximately 290,000 ...
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Opinion: What does 'done' actually mean? Using the definition of done to drive results

To a product owner, “done” might mean fully tested and debugged, but the development team might be planning to do testing later. It's crucial that ...
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techrepublic.com berichtet:

Scrum meetings: The do's and don'ts (free PDF)

Scrum meetings are short and focus on the backlog of project management tasks or directly related concerns. Whether you are a Scrum Master, ...
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proagile.de berichtet:

Entwicklung von agilen Teams

Wodurch zeichnen sich erfolgreiche agile Teams aus? In diesem Podcast unterhalte ich mich mit Marcus Berger, der im Rahmen seiner Dissertation erforscht, wie Teams erfolgreich kollaborativ zusammenarbeiten und erfolgreich Probleme lösen. ...
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A daily reflection that will make you more resilient

I read Neil Pasricha’s latest book, You Are Awesome, in two sittings. I’ll cut right to the chase: this book is one of the best (and most vulnerable and entertaining) books on resiliency out there. If you’re looking to become more resilient, you should pick this one up. ...
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zenhabits.net berichtet:

The Way of Less

Our lives naturally get filled with clutter: possessions that we ordered online pour in week by week, we take on more and more, we are constantly reading and watching and responding, messages pour in daily as well. ...
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